am fost medic la auschwitz – Căutare Google. Get this from a library! Am fost medic la Auschwitz: morți fără morminte: laboratorul și crematoriile dr-ului Mengele. [Miklós Nyiszli]. Dr. Mengele boncolóorvosa. I am writing this review not to comment on the story itself, but in response to some of the criticisms I have read about the book. Criticism #1: Dr Miklos Nyiszli was.
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He writes as a doctor, or in other words, as a dispassionate clinical observer, perhaps this was the only way of escaping his torment, and the auscnwitz horrors that were carried out not far from his room.
Nyiszli’s writing was great, which I didn’t really expect as I thought this would be more of a documentary about his position as a doctor. It is gruesome and hard to imagine. Flst was a short and gripping read, and tells a story that must never be forgotten. So even if Dr. Reading this book does give the reader a glimpse, even though a small one, of a time when torture and killing en masse was commonplace. However, even horribly burned, some lived to suffer horribly before a mercy shot was given.
I don’t think anyone could really make something like this up.
Am fost medic la Auschwitz – Dr. Nyiszli Miklos
It all began for Nyiszli, specializing in forensic pathology and carrying out medical duties for both the lx and the courts, gaining valuable experience in identifying unusual or disputed deaths in the corpses he examined.
Nyiszli was name When the Nazis invaded Hungary inthey sent virtually the entire Jewish population to Auschwitz. This book touched upon the lives of a group of survivors that even fewer know about — the Sonderkommando. Not something to be forgotten.
Mar 12, Rae rated it it was amazing Shelves: I seriously recommend going out and getting a copy of this book. In that capactity he also served as physician to the Sonderkommando, the Jewish prisoners who worked exclusively in dcotor crematoriums and were routinely executed after four months.
I was a little unsettled by Bettelheim’s words about Anne Frank and her family. Nyiszli lived and breathed the stale air, surrounded by the ghosts of the dead and the men of the Sonderkommando throughout his time in Auschwitz.
A doctor who became indispensable to the Nazis that is – for an allotted amount of time until they would find a replacement.
Secondly, to have done what he did and survived with even a shred of vost he would have had to almost completely detach himself from the situation he found himself in.
It’s a telling that needs to be told but it’s not a comfortable read.
Miklós Nyiszli – Wikipedia
Pana la urma sange nevinovat, de martiri a curs pe pamantul celui de-al Treilea Reich. Auschwitz referencing the book title and not the place was as sterilized of emotion as a doctor’s instruments.
Others begged him to let the man go peacefully, away from this hell on earth, he didn’t listen, and deeply regretted his decision. There were so many of them that had they all gotten together and staged a revolt at some point I don’t think the SS guards could have put down the revolt. My uncle reccommeded this book to me because my grandfather liberated this camp when he was in the war.
May 15, david rated it it was amazing. Even after liberation, allowing one’s emotions to the surface would be devastating to the battle of trying to live again in some “normal” way. The parts about his family must have been voctor emotional for him, of course.
How can people believe that the Holocaust was made up when they read something like this. As the only prisoner who witnessed the gas chambers so closely and survived this is an important document and it was a fascinating, shocking and interesting read.
I realize that one probably needed to auschwirz a shell or cocoon around oneself in order to not go insane, but I wanted some emotion to bubble to the surface which unfortunately I did not find. While I suppose he didn’t say anything actually untrue it was still unsettling.
Auschwitz: A Doctor’s Eyewitness Account
Now I have read quite audchwitz lot about the Holocaust and have even attended various speeches and lectures given by survivors or experts in the field.
That in and of itself warrants a more detached narrative. I guess I wanted the author to make me feel something, but too often felt this was a clinical study and for that I was ever so sad.